I created this sauce after working for a Gyro stand..The sauce came ready made so I experimented a little til I found the taste I was looking for. This is good with Pastrami or thin sliced spicy beef in a pita too..
This low fat recipe is from "The Good Health Clay Pot Cookbook" in response to a request. The recipe claims that the salt can be deleted if desired..FYI, when the shanks or shin bones are used this dish it is more commonly known as Osso Bocco.
This citrus and pesto like recipe is from one of our favorite local restaurant's "Dinosaur BBQ". It is using their bottled marinade. For those who have received a package from me, I have included this sauce. For those who have not--never fear, I am including the web address so that you can enjoy it too. Go to www.dinobbq.com .. also, look for other "Dinosaur" recipes using their sauces under me or my hubby Rickv.
My mom made this on special days for breakfast. It was a family favorite growing up. Now I make for my hubby on those "special" days that I want to say he's tops in my book. You may wish to double this recipe for big eaters or if no fruit and meat accompany the meal.
This dish is from Wales and is included in response to a thread. You may wish to prepare the lamb and Onion Cake at the same time in the same oven. Also, roasted Brussel sprouts, leeks and onions would be another traditional choice in place of Onion Cakes.